I’m happy to say that it’s Stitch Fix time! Stitch Fix is a subscription box service that has you fill out a style profile survey, and then they send you 5 clothing items to try on – you decide what to keep and what to send back!
My stylist was Julie again, and I was mostly happy with my fix. However, I had put that I didn’t want pants on my style profile and she sent a pair of pants and a pair of shorts. She mentioned in her note that she knew I didn’t want pants but she thought I might like them. I wouldn’t mind trying a pair of pants once in awhile, but two in one box was a bit much. I also find Stitch Fix’s pants to be wayyy overpriced, which is why I ask for only tops, dresses, and skirts.
Le Sample Kahlo Embroidered Racerback Tank – $38
I liked the style of this tank top and the fact that it has a pop of color with the yellow. It was very comfortable on with soft fabric and nice and light for summer. The price was right too, so I knew this one was a keeper! Verdict: kept
Dear John Lillie Cuffed Short- $58
These shorts fit well enough, and they were fine, but they just weren’t anything special. For $58 they would need to be amazing shorts. I know I can find something similar in stores for half that price, so I passed these up. Verdict: Returned.
Market & Spruce Austin Polka Dot and Striped Mixed Material Shirt – $44
When I first saw a picture of this I didn’t like it. When I got it in person however I actually thought it was kind of cute. I like the mixed materials and I think it’s versatile enough that I could wear it to work but also for everyday stuff. It is rather see-through so it does require a tank top underneath. Verdict: Kept.
Here’s a look at the back of the shirt:
Skies are Blue Nicholis Lace Detail Knit Top – $48
There are a couple of things wrong here. 1, I try to avoid white tops because I can be a bit messy, and wearing an all white shirt is concerning to me. 2, this one was also see-through and would require a tank top. 3, It was a little bit big/boxy on me. 4, it was a little pricy for what is otherwise basically just a plain white shirt with a little detailing. If it was half that price I might take a chance on a white shirt but if I’m spending that much money on it I don’t want to worry about whether or not I dropped a dab of salad dressing on it, lol. Verdict: returned
Here’s a look at the lace detail on the back of the shirt:
Margaret M Emer Floral Print Cropped Straight Leg Pant – $98
Flower pants are 100% not me. I tend to keep my pants very neutral. I would be open to branching out a little, but I’d rather start with maybe a brightly colored bottom. I just don’t really like floral patterns in general, even for shirts or dresses (unless they’re tropical style flowers). I will say the pants were super comfy but there was no way I was paying $98 for a pair of pants. They’d have to be pants I could wear like 3x a week for that price, and flower pants do not fit that bill.
I was hoping for no pants and more bright colors, but I still got two shirts that I like a lot so I’m happy with this fix. This was probably the easiest month for me to make my decision. I knew pretty much right after trying everything on what I would be keeping and what I would be sending back, and luckily the prices matched up with my tastes.
If you’re interested in signing up for your own Fix, I would love it if you’d use my referral link – it would give me a $25 credit to use on a future fix, and doesn’t cost you anything. I used a friend’s link when I signed up for mine so I could help her out, so I know it’s much appreciated!
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